Required Dress Code: Onsight and Remote Locations:
Clothing should not be tight, transparent, or revealing. It should not display gang, racial, inappropriate, or inflammatory language or symbols. Skirts, dresses, and shorts may be no shorter than two inches above the top of the kneecap. Wrap-around or slit skirts or dresses are not permitted. Holes or slits are not permitted in pants. Shirts, blouses, and tops must cover the chest and stomach and have sleeves covering the shoulders, without display of cleavage or midriff. Appropriate undergarments and shoes must be worn at all times. No headwear is allowed except for verified religion.
Restrictions on Visiting Privileges:
Visiting an inmate is a privilege that can be limited or suspended. Failure to follow visiting rules, such as unacceptable language, improper dress, presenting a risk to the safety and security of the facility, staff, offenders, or visitors, participation in illegal activities and/or violations of Missouri law, may result in having visiting privileges suspended, being barred from the facility, or being placed on non-contact visiting status. If visiting sanctions are imposed on a visitor, you may appeal visiting restrictions in writing to the Captain of Corrections at 110 West Elm, rm70 Ozark Mo 65721.
Allowed Items at Visit:
Gum, wallets, purses, cell phones, food, drinks, and other items may not be brought to visits. Missouri State Statute 217.360 states that it is a criminal offense for any individual entering a correctional facility to bring in drugs, alcoholic beverages, any article an offender is not permitted to possess, or a firearm that may be used to endanger the safety and security of the facility, staff or other offenders. Doing so may be a felony and can carry a punishment of up to 15 years in prison. It is important to remember that you must abide by the facility rules and regulations when visiting. When you enter prison grounds, you, your packages, children, and your vehicle are subject to search. It is requested you bring only necessary items and secure the rest in your vehicle.
When you bring a small infant or child, you must maintain direct control of your children at all times to ensure their safety and to prevent interruption of other visits. If children are unruly or disruptive, the visit may be terminated.